Ian Drake is a gifted 10 year old who’s been labeled as “gay.” His helicopter parents have recently joined a church that deprograms homosexuals and his mother just shared a list of topics and books that she expects the Children’s Librarian, 26 year old Lucy Hulk to keep Ian from reading. Censorship and intolerance are […]
The Burning, Jane Casey’s first novel fits the Thriller subgenre of the Mystery. Maeve Kerrigan is nearing the end of her present relationship. She is working to improve her skills and position as a detective. The aim is to capture “the Burning Man.” The latest victim, Rebecca Harwath, maybe a “copy cat” victim. Deliberate examination […]
The reason “you can’t go home again” is that the issues don’t change. If you are lucky, circumstances or people have. this third book of the Chocolat series, Vianne Rocher returns to Lansquenet. Among the changes she finds is that Father Reynaud is not-all-powerful and he wants her help. Joanne Harris’ language is lyrical. The […]
Published by HQN this book appeals to readers of romance, and books about the Amish culture. A solid cozy or traditional mystery. A typical romance with mixed signals and reluctant acceptance of the chemistry between main characters. Jessica Langdon is about to lose her job with a powerful legal firm (one that her father pulled […]
Durham County Library presents Durham’s Digital Divide: Living Without Internet in the Bull City on Thursday, December 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Hayti Heritage Center, 804 Old Fayetteville St. in Durham. This event is free and open to the public.
Durham County Library presents Jingle Bell Jazz with Randa McNamara and Alison Weiner on Saturday, December 3 at 3 p.m. at Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro Street in downtown Durham. This event is free and open to the public.
This is my favorite book of the Raj Quartet (book 3 in the series) so far I think. It must be because I so enjoyed the character focused on in this book, Barbara Batchelor. Even though she’s rather stilted and a true worry wart, I enjoyed reading about her life though was saddened how some […]
Engaging tale of life in Durham interspersed with little-known historical facts. Focus on the African-American experience past and present. A definite must-read! Catalog link
Durham County Library is pleased to announce our first annual Winter Reading Program. It’s free, fun and runs from December 1 through April 1. Pick up a reading log at any Durham County Library location, keep track of your reading and earn a chance to win prizes. Back by popular demand, Durham County Library is […]
Durham County Library presents Bullish on Durham: The History of Your Old House at 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 19 in the first floor computer lab of Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro St. in downtown Durham. Learn from local historian and historic preservationist Tom Miller. This event is free and open to the public. Registration […]